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with police and they tell us a ten-year-old boy and a four-year-old girl were in the crosswalk with their parents tonight. the parents saw the car coming in the rain. they tried to get the kids out of the way but it was too late. those kids were hit. they are in the hospital tonight with non-life- threatening. the driver stopped and is cooperated. it's been raining most of the night all over the bay area. paul deanno tells us where it's coming down if hardest right now. >> right now, still north of the golden gate, not in santa rosa but closer to san francisco is where we're seeing the steadiest rainfall. there's a line working its way through marin, south sonoma and also napa county. it has not stopped for petaluma, san rafael. we're looking at a lot of rainfall north of san francisco and oakland. lighter rainfall along 880. it's just now starting to rain in the south bay. we'll talk about how long this rain is going to last, coming up in the full forecast. >>> before all the rain, it was one for the record books. more than a million people jammed san francisco for today's par
shows us while the thief was casing the house. the house was casing her. >> he stole the items off the porch in six seconds. >> i want to say this lady messed with the wrong techi. >> a cloud computer expert that recently installed smart high definition surveillance cameras complete are motion detection, night vision and instant e mail alerts. the woman was shadowing the ups truck on myer park circle. she stole a paper bag full of food donations for the needy. >> perhaps she needed the food. >> it's entirely possible. >> it's the time of year for this type of crime but also say this theft could have been prevented. 20 minutes before the same camera captured the ups delivery man as he dropped off the package but did not knock on the door even though someone was home. ups hired more than 55,000 seasonal worker and they're try trained to knock or ring the doorbell and place the package out of view from the street. the ups spokesperson says they're disappointed this employee violated policy and will investigate. >>> the man who shot and killed two people at the richmond bridge laughed
about three hours ago. and the cbs 5 reporter tara tells us, the first results of the election are in. >> reporter: that's right. where the first votes have come in, it is a tie. a little disconverting to the folks who were afraid this race would turn out to be a tie. meantime, the candidates are working it right down to the very last minute. they're in the most competitive states today, knowing that every vote counts. and it really does. voters in new hampshire cast their ballots at midnight. and if their votes are any indication, tuesday could be a very long day. >> this has never happened before. we have a tie. five votes each. >> reporter: president obama and mitt romney buzzed through battleground states monday on a final push for votes on the eve of election day. his stops included opening acts from bruce springsteen and jay- z. he told supporters romney's campaign is a greatest hits collection of failed policies. >> the top-down policies that caused the mess we've been fighting our way out of for four years, we're moving forward to a future... >> reporter: the president wrappe
to say thank you to all the people who are serving us right now. and this man in particular, bringing comfort to my daughter at this time. >> he didn't, you know, stick around to receive any form of praise. he is truly deserving of everything. >> reporter: teresa says she is forever grateful. >> there are no words to describe. >> he was an angel, huh? >> yeah. >> reporter: juliette goodrich, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >> and teresa tells us she is waiting for the police report to see if the serviceman's name was written down. >>> on breaking news, the westbound direction of 580 in oakland is a mess. all westbound lanes were closed for more than two hours. the chp began to reopen all lanes about 10 minutes ago. and all of this because of a shoot-out. there were two abandoned cars riddled with bullets near an exit. police think whoever was in them ran off. of course, we have traffic conditions 24/7 at cbssf.com/traffic. >>> and then about a mile away, police were on the scene of another shooting in the neighborhood on seminary avenue at hilton street in oakland. police say a man was shot ab
. >> i'm dana king. viewers tipped us off to what they say is on ongoing problem at safeway. one shopper says he has lost count of how many times he's been overcharged. in a story you will only see on cbs 5, julie watts goes undercover to find out how often it's happening and what safeway is doing about it. >> you know what? i didn't get it. i can show you. >> reporter: sometimes it's a misplaced price. >> so that's the wrong sign? >> reporter: other times, a computer error. but far too many times, customers complain they're getting overcharged at safeway, anywhere from 10 cents to 10 bucks. >> just recently i started keeping track, because it was happening so often. >> i lost count. >> reporter: and they're not alone. back in 2003, safeway and its southern california von's stores paid fines following two separate lawsuits for overcharging. the judgment in the lawsuit, if either store charges you more than the lowest advertised price, in most cases you're supposed to get the item for free. >> in all the years i've called them on this, i've never gotten the item for free. >> they just kin
it in the recycling bin it can turn into something new. chase allows us to buy capital equipment to be able to manufacture in the states to the scale we need to be a global company. with a little luck green toys could be the next great american brand. find what's next for your business at chase.com/mainstreet didn't deliver on a major selling point. " >>> that's the first i heard about it. >> nearly one million car owners are getting money back, all because their cars didn't deliver on a major selling point. >>> juliette goodrich on the promise that didn't quited a up. >> hi, ken, we're talking about miles per gallon. do you question the fuel economy when you buy a car. well two manufacturers, kia and hundai had to take these stickers off and change them to the right number. on top of that, they've had to reimburse a million car owners. >> reporter: they relied on the honor system when it came to the car's fuel economy. they said it was posted right on the window sticker at the car lot. >> did you hear the mileage might be off? >> that's the first i heard about. >> reporter: there was an er
evening i'm allen martin. >> cbs 5 reporter sharon chen shows us the baby arrived faster than the morning dart train. one day little diari will hear an incredible story from her parents. the story of her birth. >> jasmine's contractions were five minutes apart before 6:00 a.m. he drove them from their pittsburgh home. but her water broke in the front seat. she was like pull my pants down the baby's hanging out. we both were yelling at the same time. >> i was in shock and in pain. i'm going have my baby in the car. >> they pulled up in the mini van right here. >> here in the parking lot in front of tonya maddox. a guy got out of the car screaming she's having the baby. she's having the baby. >> the baby came so fast she missed it. >> i was backwards i was in so much pain. i pushed her out. >> jasmine wrapped her third child in a coat from a tackty driver. tonya's husband helped daniel cut the umbilical cord of the special delivery. >> my husband took the shoestring off. >> finally the baby started breathing and we realized this was going to be all right. >> tonight the stay at home mom and
and buried it in mud. cbs 5 reporter linda shows us there are still some concerns hanging over homeowner's heads. literally, linda. >> yes, there are, ken. the river of mud just swept down this hillside narrowly missing a couple of homes, but it did take out this car, one of a dozen parked out here on the street. >> work crews got the streets cleared by night fall. a wall of mud buried these streets. people were startled awake just before 4:30 when police ordered them out of their homes. >> basically we saw just three feet high mud blocking the whole street. >> an 8-inch pipe connected to a water tank in the hills above them ruptured. 45,000 gallons of water cascaded downhill, carving a giant trench, sending a river of mud to the streets, just missing atruro romero's home. >> the mud went the other way, my house and this house going to fall down. >> no homes were damaged but people were helpless as they saw their cars swallowed up. >> like, oh my gosh, god please help us. >> city officials blame a cast-iron pipe that was made in the 1930s. a portion of it can be seen in this picture from
after flames broke out around 6:30. the neighbor tells us the house had been abandoned for many years and was currently being renovated. flames also torched the wall of a nearby house. >>> tonight the u.s. military is taking disciplinary action against a group of elite navy seal's because of what the men did for a bay area company. cbs 5 reporter christin ayers shows us the video game that may reveal government secrets. >> reporter: they call it medal of honor war fighter. a war video game so life-like that its creators, redwood city based electronic arts, consulted with current members of the navy's storied seal team, including the men who may have helped take down osama bin laden. now seven seal's have been reprimanded, their pay partially forfeited, for leaking classified military secrets. the game does not re-create the bin laden raid and it's unclear what information the seal's shared. the navy is not discussing the breach but says the seal's have been punished for misconduct. quote, we do not tolerate deviations from the policies that governor who we are and what we do as sailor
craig: don't you be coming here with your cameras. looking at us. we're folks that live in the dark. right, geoff? geoff: that's right. craig: dark for dark business, i says. dark for dark businesses. me and geoff baggins here, we go looking for the precious. right, jop? geoff: that's right. craig: and when we find the precious, we're going to send it to the department of water and power. [laughter] you know who i think has got the precious? geoff: who has got the precious? craig: the bastard that makes himself invisible every time the uh-oh power goes off. [applause] right, geoff? geoff: right, craig. craig: be honest. do i have bad posture? geoff: you look perfectly straight to me. craig: this is the only time in the history of this show, it is so cold, i envy the horse. [applause] good night, everybody!,,,,,,,,,, the 9-1-1 hangup call.. the other woman.. and tonight: "...just turn yourself in" gets. >>> she was a wonderful woman. >> a bay area woman found murdered and her husband hasn't been seen since much the 911 hang-up call, the other woman and tonight... >> just turn yoursel
and your group to leave. >> california law gives us the right to talk to customers in front of stores. so... >> if you don't leave, we will get the police involved. >> reporter: but protesters say they have no intention of leaving until wal-mart listens to their pleas for respect and better working conditions. more walkouts are planned at stores tomorrow, though protesters worry their numbers could be hurt by workers too afraid to strike. in oakland, christin ayers, cbs 5. >>> since opening two weeks ago, it's been a nightmare getting to the new high-end outlet stores in livermore and it could be even worse this weekend. this is a life look at the paragon outlet malls. you see shoppers flooding into the mall right now, about to get very busy, even busier than this. the stores opened for black friday shopping just over an hour ago, and there is already a long line of traffic getting to the shopping center. take a look at this. here's a look at the intersection of 580 and 680 in dublin, a heavy stream of traffic in both directions. as you can imagine, most of these drivers racing to those
that president obama's controversial plan to move detainees to the u.s. could work. she says 373 people, charged or convicted of terrorism, are already held in u.s. facilities without security problems. and the report says the defense department has room for more. >> guantanamo is a real stain on our country's image abroad. >> reporter: university of san francisco law professor peter is shooting a film project on the detention center. he's been to guantanamo and interviewed dozens of former inmates. he said moving the detainees stateside would make a difference. >> it could make the difference and maybe finally they will get a trial. >> i think americans would be on edge. >> reporter: but some people say the prospect of bringing terrorists to the u.s. pours salt into deep wounds of 9/11. >> the aftermath feels fresh, even though it's been years, and to have them, in essence, living on the same soil, it's just uncomfortable. >> reporter: the report says guantanamo bay detainees could be held in six facilities that are only half full and the centers would have to be modified first to improve secur
diving all the way down from alaska, giving us the coldest weather in the bay area since easter. winter weather advisory goes in to effect tomorrow morning. 3 to 7 inches of new snow and a very low snow level, 3500 feet. on the east coast another storm is moving through sitting off the rhode island coastline and their snow is zero feet. it's snowing a week after a hurricane moved through. more on our forecast through the weekend. >> thank you, paul. some parts of new york haven't r or heat for 10 nights now. they're dealing with a whole lot of snow and cold. nearly 200,000 customers on the east coast without power tonight. downed electrical wires have stopped commuter trains in long island. new york city police urging residents to leave low lying neighborhoods but the mayor has not issued any mandatory evacuations. many are staying behind because they're afraid of looting. >> everything i own is here and i'm trying to save it. my wife, my kids, my best friend, mike. and i'm just going to lose everything. my body is shutting down. >> the nor'easter canceled hundreds of flight, including
problem they face when they come back from war, how to use their civilian skills in the -- how to use their military skills in in the civilian world. >> this is basic training like no other for this man. the business student could be an entrepreneur by sunday night. >> it's gate to see the companies in the silicon valley supporting us. >> reporter: this 3-day event going on in san francisco is hosted by vets in tech. they train veterans returning from iraq and afghanistan. >> we want to teach design, marketing, how to write a business plan, how to do a presentation. there's so many things that you need to be in the tech end besides coding. >> reporter: during the hackathon, they try to turn the concept into a company. >> reporter: >> in san francisco alone, there's thousands of jobs available in the tech industry, yet nobody was putting the two together, and we thought that was a shame. >> reporter: a million service members will be leaving active duty in the next five years. high the national unemployment rate is 7.9%, it's 10% for post-911 veterans. veterans say they have the rig
' private e-mail account but it turned out they stumbled on a secret communication system they used to communicate. some of the messages sexually explicit. david petraeus would write an e- mail, he wouldn't send it, saved it to his draft folder. paula broadwell would log on and read the e-mail, that way there was never any record of messages being sent. mean time tonight much is being made of this interview paula broadwell gave a few months ago. >> i don't know if you heard this -- >> reporter: she is talking about information surrounding the terrorist attack on the u.s. consulate in libya. >> had taken them prisoner and they think it was an effort to get the prisoners back. >> reporter: fbi found classified information on paula broadwell's computer. >> i do not know how she got that information, i don't know why. it is a confused situation. >>> there is another twist to the story. the fbi agent who launched the investigation was taken off the case for sending shirtless photos to who else, jill kelley. friends tell us david petraeus is spending time with his family and his wife is f
a fraudulent document, conspiracy and practicing law without a license. neighbors tell us jean is home tonight, but they asked us not to disturb her, because she is so badly shaken up. we've learned that she was an only child and grew up living in this pleasanton home. her grandparents were the original owners. today, jean learned about the arrest from her neighbor. >> her first concern was for his children and for their pets. >> reporter: police say the elderly woman's estate and assets are worth close to $1 million. in pleasanton, juliette goodrich, cbs 5 eyewitness news. >>> and we have learned of a possible motive in the case of a sheriff's department accused of holding up a bank. this is youtube video of philip tong when he operated a gun shop in the mission district. investigators say tong was three quarters of a million dollars in debt, and recently he filed for bankruptcy. police say tong robbed a bank of america on balboa street earlier this month and stole 1700. surveillance video shows a man resembling tong entering the bank and running out with arms full of cash. >> san francisco r
. >>> the people in the bay area who count ballots tell us that they have noticed something a little different this election. absentee ballots are not coming in as fast as they did in 2008 and they think they know why. here's christin ayers. >> around our district there is probably about at least 8 or 9 corners like this. >> reporter: corners where school teachers are waging a last minute battle supporting proposition 3, a state sales and income tax hike that they say would stop education cuts. they are targeting people who are waiting until the last possible minute. and plenty of voters are. >> if you haven't mailed them by now, you're getting really risky about that ballot. >> reporter: civics groups claim who they are still the undecided about which -- undecided about which propositions to support. it shows on voters' ballots. >> you can see where people change their mind if you look at our tally equipment. not on candidates, on measuresr that head swatching is putting the -- scratching is putting the squeeze on. although turnout will be lower than in 2008 those who are voting are waiting a
could use. >> you're a nice -- you're the boss here. craig: no, no, i'm the -- what am i? i'm the pretty one. [laughter] >> you're just -- they are just like you know, he is there. he's good-looking. he's the eye candy? craig: that's it. they are like let's just bring out the european guy. i'm kind of like the turkish gentleman on "downton abbey." the late night version. [coughing] >> you are a handsome european guy. if you're scottish, european is much more -- the connotations are italian and greek. but you are a handsome european guy. [applause] craig: you say that like it somehow surprises you. i think you're a beautiful woman from america. >> you're funny. so people aren't necessarily -- that is not the first thing people necessarily think of. they think you're funny. craig: sometimes. >> you have a lot of place to dance. i was really enjoying all this. i'm so bad at dancing. craig: i thought you went to the clubs and you were like here come the players [laughter] >> that is a great impression of me. i can dance when everybody is drunk. there is no sense of -- no one judges my dancin
. she lives in finsbry park where they have got that if he will. geoff: near where we used to live. craig: that's where i do my chimney sweeping. i like to go up the chimney sometimes in the afternoon and then sometimes i clean -- good night, everybody. ,,,,,, mary gonzales had a cold, she also has asthma. ,,,,,, so she sees her allergist who has a receptionist susan, who sees that she's due for a mammogram. mary has one that day. that's when she finds out she has a tumor. she has a successful surgery and because her health provider has an amazing connected system, she has her life. i don't know what you have but i have kaiser permanente. kaiser permanente. thrive the holidays can be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. seen here b
a burglary ring with very young suspects. cbs 5 reporter lynda yee shows us they were caught at the latest burglary attempt on wood bridge circle. >> were nay the process of burglarizing the home when they were caught. >> right. this was a great tip from an aware neighbor who saw something they thought was suspicious and called us. >> they were caught holding a pillow case of stolen goods and burglars tools. a rapid response team of cops who included bell month pd, san mateo sheriff's deputies surrounded this neighborhood on wood bridge circle. >> i was coming down on the stop sign. i saw there were cops around the block here on their feet as well. all the cars had the lights off. and it got me. they have to be off for a reason. >> they've been able to connect the suspects to several burglaries. >> it's been a safe neighborhood since the beginning. so in fact, we have been developing a habit of not locking windows. this is a concern. >> police suspect the three teens maybe connected to other burglaries all around the penninsula. tonight they're checking those cases and comparing notes with
, look, i know things were a little tense between us last time we spoke, but i was hoping that we could get together and, uh, catch up. call me. >> chloe: a little tense? (chuckles) last time, you told him to go to hell. >> kevin: i was hoping he forgot that. >> chloe: yes, because michael is notorious for memory loss. i mean, it doesn't really matter, because he and lauren do not have the kind of cash that we need to buy adam out. >> kevin: well, maybe they know somebody who does. >> chloe: someone with $15 million laying around? >> kevin: so what do you want to do, chloe? just forget about tagngrab, walk away? >> chloe: no, absolutely not. i know how important this is to you, and it's important to me, too. we are not giving up. this is gonna be huge, and adam is gonna be kicking himself for bailing on us. >> kevin: i think chelsea is gonna be kicking him, too. >> chloe: yeah. she knows that tagngrab is a winner. >> kevin: it's too bad she's not our partner. >> chloe: maybe that's our next move. >> kevin: chelsea? >> chloe: yeah. look, she came here to see us, play nice. you know what?
be an especially difficult time. everything's different now. sometimes i feel all alone. christmas used to be my favorite. i just don't expect anything. what if santa can't find me? to help, sleep train is holding a secret santa toy drive. bring your gift to any sleep train, and help keep the spirit of the holidays alive. not everyone can be a foster parent, but anyone can help a foster child. from the laughing cow. it's rich, indulgent and 45 calories. mmm it's so good -- it practically sells itself. cut, cut. sells itself? i've poured myself into this commercial. ♪ don't be boring ♪ indulge in the morning ya! [ squeaking ] yay! [ female announcer ] introducing smooth sensations cream cheese spread from the laughing cow. have you laughed today? >>> you're watching cbs 5 eyewitness news in high definition. >>> good evening. i'm elizabeth cook. >> i'm allen martin. ken bastida and dana king are off tonight. >> we begin with breaking news in san jose. kiet do is at a three alarm fire. we understand a firefighter has been injured. >> reporter: exactly. thisst a hot, wet, soggy mess, out here in
on uc berkeley property. but authorities are telling us this evening, although they are not giving me the identity of this man who this happened to, they are saying he was not affiliated with the university and at this time they're saying it does not appear this incident was foul play, although they are still investigating. christin ayers, cbs 5. >>> two young women turned the table on a burglar when he broke into an apartment on playa del rey in san rafael. juliette goodrich says the women left their mark on that suspect. >> reporter: they certainly did. it's an amazing story. these brave women, ages 18 and 19, are probably alive today because of a cell phone and their attacker's knife. neighbors in the playa del rey apartments recall hearing something unusual last night. debra thinks back 24 hours ago. >> when we were just turning off the tv and getting ready to go to bed, with ejust heard like a shouting -- we just heard a shouting noise and just had assumed it was neighbors in the neighborhood. >> reporter: but police say debra may have been hearing the shouting cries for help fr
us what that looks like. >>reporter: the man and his wife are recording when the gunman pulls up. there are words. watch as one points the a hand gun. police say the men were reckless drives out for revenge. they wanted the couple's very well phone, which the couple had used to record them driving erratically. the woman in the car calls police. the man drives the off and so does the couple. the drove drove off and the gunman followed him. one of the suspected jumped inside the car. >> the husband gets in a struggle with the suspect. the husband pushes the suspect out and those the wife to drive out. >>reporter: as the couple drove off, the men fired. thanks to the video, police were able to chase down the suspects. >> one of our officer were viewing the video and recognized one of the suspects. >>reporter: police quickly found them, lost them, the and later arrested them. they're facing charges. police said the couple were trying to do the right thing, never guessing how terrifying it could turn. >>> xheed yen cat williams is on the in trouble again. he was seen driving on the si
to the opd. come and talk to us. tell us what's going on with the flea market. how come you're not down there finding the stolen property? >> and the flea market is every weekend? >> every sunday morning. >> wow. 52 weeks a year. ken, thank you. we'll keep an eye on this one. >>> okay. enjoy it now, because it won't be dry for much longer. meteorologist paul deanno on when the rain is going to get here. >> that rain is delayed right now. it's supposed to be here by 11:00. not even being picked up at all on high-def doppler but the rain is still poised to get here, just a little later than we thought. it is still marching toward northern california and the appear. but look at this. our futurecast says between now and sunrise, little if any rainfall, but look what happens after that. a lot of rainfall on friday. it will just be a little later than we thought. >> thank you, paul. >>> chico state already had a reputation for being a party school. but tonight, all fraternities and sororities were shut down on campus. the decision comes after a series of problems with underage drinking, hazin
the lights were out before we actually boarded the plane. and they didn't tell us. they thought they were going to be able to get over there, fix it and it would be done. >> the outage effects the departures runway. arrivals runway, that's open, but it's up to the airlines to decide whether they want to fly in. >>> he was on the run for several months, but a bay area rapper's luck finally ran out in vegas. the feds caught up to him. now he's taking center stage in an international drug ring investigation. >> reporter: they call him miami the most, a rapper whose real name is michael lott. he belongs to biz entertainment. they were a group of rappers doubling as drug dealers. investigators say they have video of lott and other entertainment rappers selling ecstasy and cocaine to undercover operators. according to investigators, lott was not alone. a host of other rappers were allegedly running a drug ring, with connections as far away as new york. in april, investigators took down 25 other people associated with biz entertainment, much to the disappointment of fans at the time. >> because
the pipe to get to the man. they've now decided to use circular saws to cut a small home in to the pipe below where the man is so they can gain access to him and figure out how he's doing, where he's located and all he has any injuries. they say there's still about an hour away from actually cutting that whole in there and reaching them in. so quite some time that he's expected to be stuck in there at the moment. again, authorities don't know what his injuries are. they don't know how or why he actually got down in there but they say he's been pretty anxious. he's been in there since 8:00. they've been working on digging him out for the past two and a half hours or so. back here a man remains trapped in there. firefighters working very hard to try to pull him out. still unclear when they will actually get access to him and be able to pull him out of the pipe. >> any idea where this guy came from? was he shopping or did he live in the area? >> still unclear. authorities are i think focusedo get him out of there and haven't explored that stuff with him at the time. but we do know there is
of talk about how much money the state would save. >> yes. that was the argument that was being used this time. okay, lets a say you support the idea of the death penalty. the fact that the state of california has spent $4 billion since 1978 and had 13 executions that are being tied up in appeals, and that is costing about $300 million per execution, why not spend the money elsewhere. that was the argument. but then on the ballot it also pointed out it would cost $100 million for other programs so when people got in that ballot box, perhaps that argument reversed it. this is a reversal of what the polls have been showing. >> i wonder how much the economy played into it, you know we've had so much -- >> we tried to point to a lot of things but a lot of this stuff, whether it's this or three strikes, it's how you feel going n it's just one of those issues that people carry around with them, gay marriage, death penalty. it's an emotional issue as much as an economy issue or anything else. >> we'll see it again and again until it passes, probably. >> or we'll continue to fight it out in
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